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Re: [MPD-5D] ANOTHER BIKE STOLEN!

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  • thalia wiggins
    Sure. It s described as a black, red and white Trek brand bike. There was a bike rack in the back of the seat. Thanks! I spoke just spoke with his son and
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      Sure. It's described as a black, red and white "Trek" brand bike. There was a bike rack in the back of the seat. Thanks!

      I spoke just spoke with his son and pleaded that he beg his dad to please report the theft to the police!


      Thalia

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      From: Laura Casperson <casperson.laura@...>
      To: thalia wiggins <pinatera_mama@...>
      Cc: "MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com" <MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com>; "ward5@yahoogroups.com" <ward5@yahoogroups.com>; "TrinidadDC@yahoogroups.com" <TrinidadDC@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 7:58 PM
      Subject: Re: [TrinidadDC] ANOTHER !@#$%^& BIKE STOLEN!


      What  kind/color of bike was it ? We could look out for it.

      Ours were stolen in broad daylight (3 bikes stolen and after photos were given to police, one was recovered).
      Laura

      On Nov 13, 2012, at 2:48 PM, thalia wiggins <pinatera_mama@...> wrote:


       
      >Greetings and My apologies for the Headline, just frustrated.
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      >I came home to my poor neighbor lamenting about a bike of his that was stolen right off his front porch! He returned home from work this morning before 1a.m (He is a chef not that it matters here) and and locked his bike, as usual, on the front porch. When he woke up a little earlier this afternoon, he found the bike gone. It had a lock on it, but someone SAWED through his gate to get to the bike. This was on his front porch! This was on a busy (Metro Route) street! Geez!
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      >The time of this occurrence was speculated to be between two and four in the morning.He does not want to call the police, and did not register the bike, but I am less passive! I would love not only info on who to call after such an event but I would love pamphlets dropped off to my home, if any on bike theft prevention, in my community, to disperse. I have no problems making a flyer, but would love/ need assistance ($$) in making copies to distribute! I would need more or less 1000 to have an effective campaign of awareness. Bikes are definitely a hot commodity, but they belong in the hands of those who rightfully own them!
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      >Had to vent. Any help?
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      >Thalia Wiggins (Former ANC Commissioner 5B06.)
      >1220 Montello Ave NE, 20002 (This is public information anyways.)
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      >Thalia Wiggins.
      >Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thalia.wiggins
      >ANC Commissioner, 5B06. 202-397-7470.
      >Your DC Pet-Sitter@ 3-T and Friends Pet Services,LLC. 202-425-6419.
      >3-T on Facebook: 3-T-and-Friends-Pet-Services-LLC.
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